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Severe late frost strikes Chinese apples and other crops

In a mirror image of what happened in Europe last year, a late frost in the first week of April has caused serious damage to the Chinese apple harvest. The country’s pear, walnut, cherry, apricot, strawberry, plum and kiwifruit harvests are also reported to have suffered damage.


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